15 Fun Friendsgiving Party Ideas and Themes

Jess Lohr

Friendsgiving is a great excuse to bring all your friends together to chow down on stuffing and pumpkin pie more than once during the month of November.

1. Make it a brunch.

1. Make it a brunch.

Sick of turkey and stuffing? Make your Friendsgiving a brunch instead. You can still serve  Thanksgiving classics by finding a brunch-y way to package them.

2. Give your Friendsgiving a theme.

2. Give your Friendsgiving a theme.

If you’ve got the kind of friend group that loves to dress up, give your party a theme. Go full college and do something like high school stereotypes or Margaritaville.

3. Include a wine tasting.

3. Include a wine tasting.

Either have each guest bring their favorite bottle of wine, or go splitsies on a collection from the store. Trader Joe’s offers good wines for less than ten bucks.

4. Make it a pajama party!

4. Make it a pajama party!

Everyone loves to be comfy. Have all of your friends show up in a fun pajama set. Elastic waistbands also make that second slice of pie go down easier.

5. Have a cook-off or bake-off.

5. Have a cook-off or bake-off.

You don’t have to stress your guests out by making this an amateur Chopped. Just ask everyone bring their best dish and then vote on the winners.